Gerald Fulton, Jr., better known as (Hitman Holla) is a American battle rapper, former athlete, and actor, best known for being apart of SMACK/URL rap battles and best known for being one of the recurring cast members since Season 6 of Wild 'N Out on MTV and MTV2.
Hailing from St. Louis, Hitman Holla was a college athlete then started battle rapping. He ends every round with either "ball game", "yett yett", or both. Hitman's style is notable for his aggressive delivery and uses of techniques such as remixing his bars. Besides SMACK/URL, he is also apart of Battle American Fight Klub. Hitman announced that he was banned from the URL, because he threatened to knock Norbes out. Hitman is the second cast member besides Conceited to be a battle rapper from the URL. Hitman also is known on the show for his Wildstyle rap battle with Conceited in the "Skylar Diggins" episode which has gained over 1 million views on YouTube. He also release his single "Diddy Dum Dum" featuring rapper Jeff in October 2017.
- He shaved his hair to show support for cancer since his mother was battling it but she successfully beat it.
- He is the second rapper from the URL to be a cast member on the show, first being Conceited, third being Charlie Clips, and fourth being Corey Charron.
- He and Conceited also had a battle in the SMACK/URL.
- He has appeared in 7 episodes of Season 6, 14 episodes of Season 7, 14 episodes in Season 8, and 10 episodes in Season 9.
- He also has a son named Geremiah.
- He has two mixtapes.
- His brother, Showout is also involved in battle rap as he was in one that went viral on Worldstar Hip Hop.
- Himself and Conceited are the second and third cast members to be apart of the Musical Guest performance and as of Season 9, they have performed twice.
- He is also apart of the "Black Squad" which is a rap group that consists of Nick Cannon, Conceited, and Charlie Clips.